Thoughts

EAST IS EAST AND WEST IS WEST

PRESENT CONTINUOUS  by OSVALDO PEUSNER APRIL 17th, 2016  In his way out of MIT’s multifaith chapel after a Vedanta service, a chubby young man with golden skin and almond eyes stopped me with both a stretched right hand and a wide smile. – My name is Tushar. I come from Calcuta – he said. Are […]

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PHOTOGRAPHIC TALENT

MORBID BEAUTY by OSVALDO PEUSNER October 15th, 2015 Aylan was lucky enough to end up his life drowning under warm and peaceful Mediterranean waters that, later on, carried his tiny body to rest with heavenly grace on the sands of a Turkish beach where Nilüfer Demir captured the images that the press published throughout the […]

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MARCHING AGAINST FEMICIDE IN BUENOS AIRES

JULIET’s TRAGEDY IN VERONA by OSVALDO PEUSNER June 11th, 2015   After the unbeatable “to be or not to be”, perhaps Shakespeare’s most popular lines are: “For never was a story of more woe than this of Juliet and her Romeo”, two verses that, simultaneously, appear to end in tragedy a play that began in […]

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YOUR MAIL SCARES ME TO DEATH, MY FRIEND!

LETTER TO A VERY SENSITIVE FRIEND by OSVALDO PEUSNER May 29th, 2015   Dear Sensitive Friend: I have just received your mail with pictures showing corpses, crucifixions, and executions carried out by ISIS (Islamic State) in areas within territorial Siria and Irak. The sight of such morbid images leads me to inquire about your intentions at forwarding […]

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A SPECIAL MATH

SPECIAL ACCOUNTS OSVALDO PEUSNER APRIL 3rd, 2015       We were four people in the car. You may think that four is always four, either in cars or along sidewalks, in words or in numbers. Four is four however you happen to count, though as this story deals with counting and, particularly, with counting […]

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